Buying an apartment in South Tyrol

Whether you’re interested in a 2-room flat, granny flat, a luxury apartment, loft apartment or penthouse: we’ll help you find what you’re looking for.

Flats currently for sale in South Tyrol

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4 room appartment for sale 39031 Bruneck Italy

Stylish living above the clouds - living in the center of the city of Bruneck
about 205 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 39031 Bruneck Italy

Small but nice - Nice apartment for sale near the school zone in Bruneck
about 45 m2
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3 room apartment for sale 39036 Badia, South Tyrol Italy

Living in the mountains of South Tyrol: nice apartment for sale in Alta Badia
about 58 m2
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5-room apartment for sale 39012 Merano Italy

Spacious 5-room apartment for sale in Merano near the center
about 168 m2
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3 room apartment for sale 39032 Sand in Taufers Italy

Quiet living in the best location in the Tauferer Tal
about 110.36 m2
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3 room apartment for sale 39032 Sand in Taufers Italy

First-class living in a modern residential complex in the Tauferer Tal
about 98.33 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 39015 St. Leonhard in Passeier Italy

Fantastic 2-room apartment in St. Leonhard in Passeier for sale
about 71 m2
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4 room appartment for sale 39031 Bruneck Italy

High up in the air - living in the center of Bruneck
about 120.87 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 39031 Bruneck Italy

Cool two-room apartment for sale in a prime location along the river in the center of Brunico
about 56.69 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 39031 Bruneck Italy

Free two-room apartment in a prime location along the river in the center of Brunico for sale
about 56.69 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 39031 Bruneck Italy

Converted two-room apartment with balcony in the heart of Bruneck center
about 63.24 m2
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2-room apartment for sale 39031 Bruneck Italy

Converted two-room apartment in the center of Bruneck
about 63.24 m2
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Finding the right condominium

Owning a condominium can be an important component of personal financial security. Whether it’s the realisation of a lifestyle dream or part of a secure retirement plan.

Buying a condominium as an investment property

Whether it’s for capital investment or personal retirement, residential property should be evaluated in terms of its rentability. When buying a flat, its cost, size, state of repair, location and potential as an investment should be carefully evaluated.

Buying property as a home

When it’s for personal use, the size, layout and type of flat being purchased should fit one’s personal needs and desires. After all, the idea is to choose a personal living space where one feels most at ease. When buying a first home, young couples also need to take family planning into account. In recent years, the choice of energy supply has become an increasingly important factor, which can strongly impact on fixed monthly costs.

Financing a purchased property

When estimating the anticipated monthly charges, the size of the instalments, monthly interest rates and depreciation are likely to affect one’s choice. If the percentage of loan capital is too large, it could place an excessive burden on one’s budget.

Sound financing must always take one’s capital reserves into consideration in respect of maintenance and repair costs, as well as possible future renovations.

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